Fall 2021 Office Hours
By appointment only, please contact Dr. Mix by email or phone.
Fall 2021 Class Schedule
SOC 5063 - Seminar in Social Inequality and Stratification: 2:30pm - 3:45pm MW - SSH 439
- B.A. in Sociology, James Madison University
- M.A. in Sociology, University of Tennessee--Knoxville
- Ph.D. in Sociology, University of Tennessee--Knoxville
- Environmental Sociology
- Environmental Justice
- Social Movements
- Social Justice
- Race, Class, & Gender Inequality
Tamara L. Mix is the Laurence L. & Georgia Ina Dresser Professor in Rural Sociology at Oklahoma State University and Department Head. Her research interests include environmental justice, race, class and gender inequality, and social movements. Maintaining a focus on environmental and social justice in her research, Dr. Mix conducts fieldwork in communities experiencing a wide range of environmental challenges linked to environmental risks, including work with community contamination and environmental illness in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, predator control and regional resilience in Alaska, and community dimensions of natural resource extraction and production in Oklahoma. Current projects consider environmental justice and inequality related to water and energy resources as well as food justice, food security, and local food production networks impacting underserved Oklahoma communities. Dr. Mix's research activities use qualitative and engaged methods to understand community responses to environmental harms, working towards solutions based approaches.